Grievous Bodily Harm Colloquial term for GHB

Grifa Cannabis.

Griff Colloquial term for marijuana. Griffa Colloquial term for marijuana. Griffin Colloquial term for LSD on paper. Griffo Colloquial term for marijuana. Griffs Colloquial term for marijuana. Grifo Mexican colloquial term for a drug user.

Grillo Mexican colloquial term for marijuana.

Grillodyne Phenobarbital. Grillos Spanish colloquial term for addicts. Grimie Colloquial term for marijuana cigarette with crack added.

Grimy Colloquial term for marijuana cigarette with crack added. Grinken Barbital.

Grinspoon, Leister (b. 1928), professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School in USA, one of the most well-known proponents for the legalization of cannabis. Has developed his views in several books Marihuana reconsidered (1971) and Marihuana, the forbidden medicine (1993). Grippinon Phenobarbital. Grit Colloquial term for crack. Grita Colloquial term for marijuana. Grits Colloquial term for marijuana, usually of the "Acapulco gold" or "Colombian" variety, high in THC.

Groceries Colloquial term for crack. Grog 1. An alcoholic liquor, especially rum diluted with water or soft drinks. After Old Grog, nickname of Edward Vernon (16841757), British admiral who ordered that diluted rum be served to his sailors, from GROGRAM (from his habit of wearing a grogram cloak). 2. Colloquial term for fermented raisins, vanilla beans, absolute alcohol.

Grog merchant Colloquial term for a drug dealer.

Grog shop Colloquial term for a place where drugs or paraphernalia can be purchased. Grogged Colloquial term for being really stoned or burnt out on marijuana.

Groggy Colloquial term for being exhausted and in need of more drugs. Gronal Phenobarbital. Groote nachtschaed Atropa belladonna. Groove 1. Colloquial term for having a good time. 2. Colloquial term for taking drugs. Groove, get in the 1. Colloquial term for being high on drugs. 2. Colloquial term for becoming familiar with drugs. Groover Colloquial term for a person who takes drugs.

Groovers Colloquial term for teenagers who take drugs for thrills only. Grooving Colloquial term for being high on drugs.

Groovy Colloquial term for the feeling after drug use, especially after use of amfetamines. Grosanevron Lorazepam. Gross Eysenhutlein Aconitum napellus. Grossdealer German colloquial term for drug wholesale dealer who does not take any drugs himself.

Grosse Graswurzel Atropa belladonna.

Grosse Tüte German colloquial term for a cone-shaped joint of marijuana. Grosser Stechapfel Brugmansia arborea. Ground control Colloquial term for guide or caretaker during a hallucinogenic experience. Ground guide Colloquial term for guide or caretaker during a hallucinogenic experience. Ground man Colloquial term for guide or caretaker during a hallucinogenic experience. Ground patrol Colloquial term for guide or caretaker during a hallucinogenic experience. Groving Colloquial term for being high on drugs.

Grow light Colloquial term for halogen/ultraviolet light used to control marijuana growth in indoor operation. Grow room Colloquial term for room used for indoor marijuana growing, may be one or more acres underground. Grower Colloquial term for producer of marijuana, does normally not participate in the smuggle.

Grower-friendly Colloquial term for place and environment which favors marijuana growers.

Grrreat Colloquial term for heroin (logo is a jungle animal).

Grunt Colloquial term for marijuana. Grämmer German colloquial term for 1 gram.

Grämmle German colloquial term for 1 gram.

Gräs Colloquial term for marijuana. Grön Colloquial term for not be in possession of illegal drugs.

Grön maroc Swedish colloquial term for greenish hashish from Morocco. Grüne Fee Artemisia absinthium. Grüne Freunde 1. Colloquial term for green hashish. 2. Colloquial term for a joint of marijuana.

Grüne Meerjungfrau Colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Grüne Schlange Turbina corymbosa. See: Ololiugui.

Grüner German colloquial term for hashish from Turkey.

Grüner Blitz Colloquial term for LSD on paper.

Grüner Marokkaner Colloquial term for hashish from Morocco.

Grüner Türke German colloquial term for hashish from Turkey.

Grünes Gold 1. German colloquial term for hashish. 2. German colloquial term for marijuana.

Grünkreutzer German colloquial term for a strong LSD trip.

GS Colloquial term for fatal overdose. Gsang-dzim Aconitum ferox.

GSR Colloquial term for [12 Step group term) general service representative, volunteer key liaison ("trusted servant") from a 12 step group to a district organization of 12 Step groups.

GT-test Measuring of the level of the liver enzyme glutamyltranferas which is highten in the case of severe alcohol problems. See: Biological marker.

Guabes-Baum Psidium guajava. Guabza Cannabis. Guage Colloquial term for marijuana. Guage butt Colloquial term for a butt of a joint of marijuana.

Guage party Colloquial term for a marijuana party.

Guajave Psidium guajava. Guajave-Apfel Psidium guajava. Guamuco Brugmansia sanguinea. Guamuco blanco Brugmansia candida. Guamuco borrachera Brugmansia sanguinea.

Guamuco floripondio Brugmansia candida.

Guamuco floripondo Brugmansia sanguinea.

Guana-lace Turbina corymbosa. See: Olo-liugui.

Guando 1. Brugmanisa insignis. 2. Brug-mansia sanguinea. 3. Brugmansia suaveolens. Guantu Floripondo. Guantug Brugmansia sanguinea. Guarana Paullinia cupana, woody, climbing plant, of the soapberry family, Sapindaceae, native to the Amazon Basin. It has a smooth, erect stem; large leaves with five oblong-oval leaflets; clusters of short-stalked flowers; and fruit about the size of a grape and usually containing one seed shaped like a tiny horse chestnut. The seeds are roasted and used to make a stimulant drink popular in South America, which has a bitter, astringent taste and a faint, coffee-like odour. Its caffeine content is about three times greater than an equivalent amount of coffee; the astringent action is caused by tannin. Guarana also yields saponin (a carbohydrate), starch, gum, several volatile oils, and an acrid green fixed oil. Guarana has gained popularity all over the world as a smart drug and as a brain-booster, it is also often present in different health and sport-beverages. The main effects of Guarana is due to the high caffeine content. Guarecitas Rhynchosia pyramidalis. Guarguar Brugmansia arborea. Guava Psidium guajava. Guave Psidium guajava. Guavenbaum Psidium guajava. Guayaba Psidium guajava. Guayaba dulce Psidium guajava.

Guayaba manzana Psidium guajava. Guayabilla Psidium guajava. Guayabilla cimarrona Psidium guajava. Guayabo Psidium guajava. Guayabo colorado Psidium guajava. Guayabo de venado Psidium guajava. Guayabo del monte Psidium guajava. Guayabo morada Psidium guajava. Guayacan Anadenanthera colbrina. Guayava perulera Psidium guajava. Guayavabaum Psidium guajava. Guayo Coca-leaf, the term was used by the Spanish missionary Ramon Pane when he described the coca habits of the Indians. Guaza Cannabis.

Gubadyke Colloquial term for woman who will exchange sex for drugs. Gubex Diazepam. Guck Colloquial term for hashish. Gue Colloquial term for marijuana. Guechinichi Argemone mexicana. Guedji Colloquial term for cannabis. Guerilla Colloquial term for PCP. Guia Colloquial term for an experienced hallucinogen user who stays with a first-time user (from "guide").

Guide Colloquial term for a person who attends an addict during a trip of hallucinogenic drugs, especially LSD. Guietee Artemisia mexicana. Guinness Manufacturer of distilled liquors and brewer of a distinctive, dark, creamy stout. Headquarters, formerly in Dublin, are now in London. In addition to brewing and distilling, Guinness has interests in pharmaceuticals, plastics, engineering, and leisure and holiday activities. In 1955 the company began publishing The Guinness Book of Records. Originally conceived to help settle trivia disputes in pubs, the book is now published worldwide.

Guitama Colloquial term for hashish of high THC content.

Gul Swedish colloquial term for.having hepatitis.

Gullibb Swedish colloquial term for yellowish hashish from Lebanon. Gulot Colloquial term for hashish balls which are swallowed.

Gulsot Swedish term for hepatitis. Gum 1. Colloquial term for hashish. 2. Colloquial term for opium.

Gum ball Colloquial term for Mexican heroin.

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